Water fitness is fantastic at building strength as water offers natural resistance. Any exercise done in water is going to be more effective at building strength than if you had performed the same exercise on land. The reason is that water is about 12 to 14 times denser than air. Due to the natural resistance of water, exercises such as walking in water can burn twice as many calories an hour than walking on land. Additionally, the water provides support for the body, making it less likely for a muscle, bone or joint to get injured. Water supports up to 80% of your weight, thereby causing less strain on the joints, back, and torso when compared to exercises performed on land.
Our Current Schedule:
|7:15am||Water Aerobics||Water Aerobics|
|9:15am||Shallow & Deep Water Combo||Water Aerobics||Shallow & Deep Water Combo||Water Aerobics||Shallow & Deep Water Combo|
|10:30am||Senior Water Exercise||Water Works!||Senior Water Exercise||Water Works!||Senior Water Exercise|
|5:45pm||Current Calisthenics||Current Calisthenics|
The Center offers an incredible variety of group fitness classes to accommodate any level of fitness. There are three ways to participate in classes:
- Register for an entire session to attend all class dates.
- Choose your own classes, with a Chance Card which allows users to attend 10 classes of their choice.
- Pay for classes on a daily drop-in basis, regardless of membership or resident status.
All class participants must check in at the front desk prior to entering the program area. All paid participants will receive a class pass from front desk staff which will be collected by your instructor at the start of class. Participation in classes will only be permitted if this pass is presented. Participants without a pass will be asked to return to the front desk to obtain a pass.